Technically this gal is a little too yellow to be a proper red dun, but I had a great time playing around with the colors…
Behold, the perfect steed to do battle on any fridge or magnetic whiteboard! This little guy was the first of my non-resin, non-present copies of…
This little guy earned his name after a long drawn-out battle to try and photograph him. I have a love-hate relationship with my camera when…
Mold: Andalusian (G2)
Color: Bay Dun
Medium: Acrylic and Pastels
Status: Painted 200? and Sold 200?
I was tempted to keep the musical theme going, but instead I went with ‘names not in English’ instead. (Although I did consider Rinforte).
Lentamente Para means “Slowly it Stops” in Spanish, which seemed appropriate considering the breed history and the dressage movement. (more…)
Mold: Arabian (G2)
Color: Dun Splash Overo Blanket Appaloosa
Medium: Pastels and Acrylics
Status: Painted in 2004 and Sold November 2004
This little guy was going to be my first horse done in pastels, a nice dun splash overo… and them my dog sneezed.
So I’m not sure if such a thing as an overo appaloosa exists in nature, but it sure as heck exists in model horse-dom! Amusingly he fared rather well at the small home-show I took him too, so regardless of his reality he’s a nice bit of eye candy. (more…)
Round Tuit Told you I was going to do a horse in pastels when I got a round tuit! *grin* Although, to be fair, only…
What did I do before pastels? No, seriously... this is one of the later horses, as you can tell by the photos, and one of…